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  • Help please

    I had my last period 19-25 th of December. I had unprotected sex with pulling out on the 31st December and 8th and 9th of January. I had a bleeding on the 20th of January which was only 3 days and way lighter then my period. 5 days later symptoms show up. Fatigue, nausea, constantly freezing, bloating, constipation, frequent urination. 4 negative urin tests around beginning of February. Negative blood test as well. Now breasts swell up and clear and white discharge. I’m so confused. Could I be pregnant even with negative tests or could it be something else ?

    Posted February 20, 2022 at 7:28 pm
  • Abnormality thick placenta

    I am 23 weeks pregnant at 44. So this is a very tough journey for me, 4 months already of psychological stress. 20 and 22 weeks ultrasound revealed an abnormaly thickened placenta which is between 4.5-6cm. Normal is max 4cm-5cm max which is at term. Very mature to gestational age per the perinatalogist. The worry here if the baby is getting enough nutrition through the placenta. My perinatalogist said that surface of the placenta has abnormally different appearance than the the normal. In the ultrasound i could really see the placenta almost touch the amniotic sac on baby’s face. There should be a space in between. The placenta is by the way located in upper lateral side of the uterus according to the sonographer. Baby is in breech position. A close monitoring via ultrasound monthly is recommended at 26 wks- 30– 34 etc to the see if baby is growing well. If there is a restriction of growth, then we will discuss the next step. He said i have to monitor the baby’s movement closely by 24-28 weeks, i have to watch for bleeding, clear fluid drainage, severe cramping. Does anyone has an experience of a thick placenta with an outcome of a normal/ healthy baby delivered to term or delivered earlier than due date? Thank you

    Posted May 23, 2017 at 5:11 pm
    Hi I am currently going through the same thing..I am 23 weeks and placenta is already 5cm… ho…
  • Thick placenta

    Hi there, I am 22 weeks 5 days pregnant with a thick placenta measuring 4.8 cm and placental lakes. Baby’s growth so far is normal. I have a placental study scheduled for next Thursday. Any information/past experience anyone can share would be so helpful. Any extra info about monitoring would be appreciated too.

    Posted February 2, 2022 at 6:10 pm
  • Pregnancy test

    What is the earliest you all got a positive pregnancy test?

    Posted September 15, 2021 at 8:52 am
  • Missed period

    Hi, my period is 5 days late. I’m very very regular. Took a preg test daily all negative. I have breast pain and tiredness. What should I do?

    Posted August 12, 2021 at 10:01 am
  • 9 days late and I have had three negative tests

    I got my iud out back in April 2021. My husband and I have been trying since then to get pregnant and my periods came back to normal pretty quickly. I know am 9days late for this months period and I’ve taken three test and all negative. I’m having nausea, back ache, fatigue and cramping. I had some spotting back on 6/10-6-12 so I don’t know what any of this means if it’s just irregular or if I should try and test again? Or what should I do?

    Posted June 21, 2021 at 1:31 pm
    I would test again,and if it comes up neg again,make an appt with your Obgyn,or primary Dr. and he/…
  • Late

    Hey! So for the past 3 years I have kept up with my period and my average cycle is 27 days. I’m now 9 days late on day 37. I tested yesterday and this morning and both tests were negative. Should I wait to test again or call a doctor?

    Posted May 3, 2021 at 11:11 am
  • New Due Date

    Hi. I am pregnant with baby #6 and happy to be connected to you all. Thank you.

    Posted March 13, 2021 at 7:34 am
  • Period Nine Days Late

    Hello! I’ve been tracking my period for the past six months on Flo and saw on there that my period is late. I never really consistently tracked my cycle before, but since getting married I’ve tracked it just to be safe. According to the app, my average cycle for the past six months has been 36 days. My last period was on December 3rd-5th and it was light/med, which is unusual for me since my periods usually last around five days and go from light-med/heavy-back to light. I took a test the first day my period was late and got a very very faint positive. I took another one a couple days later and it was negative. I had a scare back in October so I don’t really trust the faint positive. Should I take my last test on hand now, or wait until the end of the month (about another week) to take it to build up some potential HCG? The waiting is killing me and having scares in the past makes me not trust myself. I’ve been pretty tired lately, my back has been sore the past couple of days, I have some hormonal acne on my jawline, I’ve had cravings, have been pretty emotional, and I was nauseous for a couple days in the morning last week. I spotted a day or two before my expected period for about a day and a half very lightly, but I also had sex with my husband the night before so although it was weird, I didn’t think too much of it. I’m also going through a tough time with my husband right now and he’s not home a lot, so I haven’t told him because I don’t want to worry him and because of our scares. If I take another test and it does clearly look positive though, I do plan on making a doctor’s appointment to confirm it and tell him. Do you think I am pregnant, or is the stress I’m going through right now delaying my period when I’ve been pretty regular for the past six months? Should I take a test tomorrow, or wait another week?

    Posted January 22, 2021 at 2:55 pm
    We can’t give personalized medical advice here, so I recommend you call and discuss with your…
  • Have anyone heard of conceive easy?

    Are there any women that are ttc and wanted to get pregnant faster or have problems conceiving or irregular periods have you tried or heard of conceive easy? If you have let me know your results i’m using it so far so good.

    Posted July 1, 2017 at 4:42 pm
    Hi Danya, If you are struggling to conceive you and your partner can even try dietary supplements w…
  • Morning Sickness – Hyperemesis

    I just read this article about Princess Kate and Hyperemesis. Sounds awful! I had horrible nausea and dry heaving for 22 weeks, but I can’t imagine what these poor mothers go through!

    Posted September 8, 2014 at 9:44 pm
    I have had hyperemesis with my pregnancies, and I have found the no to morning sicknesstea by secre…
  • Survey: Prenatal Health and Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    (Note to moderators: If this is not permitted, please of course feel free to lock or remove it! Thank you!) Hello, We are carrying out a study looking at how pregnant women have been feeling over the last few months. We are also interested in how you feel your health and antenatal healthcare has been during this time. We would like to invite you to complete a brief questionnaire here: Your input will help us understand how to support women during their pregnancies, especially during challenging times such as these! Thank you!

    Posted June 16, 2020 at 3:52 pm
  • Pregnancy knowi g

    Iam Arifa i missed my preriods this month of june 7th gyni doctor did ultrasound and said iam pregnant only 6 days r a ove of one month is thst possible pregnamcy will e positive in urine test in one month and five days will it come positive in urine test plez

    Posted June 12, 2019 at 1:17 pm
    Some urine pregnancy tests are positive very early in the pregnancy!
  • How accurate is Qnatal with gender?

    Qnatal aka Materni21 how accurate is the gender portion of the test?

    Posted October 25, 2018 at 1:06 pm
    I am 18 weeks as of today and results came back as a girl. How accurate do you think that is? I don…
  • Survey: How prenatal stress influences health behaviours in pregnancy

    Hello, My name is Avril and as part of my Master’s Degree in Public Health in the University College Cork, Ireland, I am required to carry out a research study. The purpose of the study is to examine how stress influences health behaviours during pregnancy. I am looking for women who are over the age of 18 years that are currently pregnant to take part as you can provide a valuable insight for this research. Should you choose to participate, you will be asked to complete a survey that will ask some questions about yourself, any stress you may be experiencing, and your diet, physical activity and smoking and alcohol consumption during pregnancy. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Participation is greatly appreciated! Please click on the link below to access the survey. Thank you, Avril

    Posted June 9, 2019 at 3:41 pm

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